George Waggoner...relation? Dekalb IN

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George Waggoner...relation? Dekalb IN - Van ^ ert and bunal Shull respected AT POINT OF...
Van ^ ert and bunal Shull respected AT POINT OF DEATH. all his upright, home morning milking the his hired when Mr. weeks, to Auburn Auburn, Ind., Sept. 19.-- George Wagoner, Wagoner, the' oldest man in Auburn and ·perhaps the oldest man in DeKalb county, is lying afc the p6int of death at the home of his son, George, just outside of Auburn, on the Ashley road, and his passing is looked for any hour. Mr. Wagoner would be ninety-five years of age in November and in spite of advanced age has been able to be town nearly every day. Monday morn ing he was late to breakfast and his little granddaughter went upstairs to see him. As-he started down stairs some manner he fell, breaking his left arm and receiving a bruise on his

Clipped from Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel19 Sep 1916, TuePage 2

Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana)19 Sep 1916, TuePage 2
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